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Rails 2.1.1 Released: A Maintenance, Bug Fixing Release

David Heinemeier Hansson has announced the release of Rails 2.1.1. You can get up and running with:

gem install rails --version 2.1.1remember to prefix with sudo, if appropriate!

Rails 2.1.1 is just a maintenance release of Rails 2.1 but, significantly, patches…

Significant Rails Performance Improvements On The Way

The developer of NeverBlock, Muhammad Ali of eSpace, has written a compelling blog post called Building the Never Blocking Rails, Making Rails 12X Faster where he outlines a number of improvements and changes that can made to Rails to send its…


Radiant CMS - Interview with Sean Cribbs

Although Radiant may not be as well known among many Rails developers when compared to other Rails based CMS solutions such as Typo or Mephisto. Radiant is a powerful solution that has been steadily growing in popularity over time. Recently there have…


EnvyCasts: Entertaining Rails Screencasts

EnvyCasts is the latest venture by the presenters of the popular Rails Envy podcast - Jason Seifer and Gregg Pollack. Like PeepCode, EnvyCasts follows a model of offering an instructional video and supporting materials on a single topic for $9 in a…

Got a Rails App Accepting XML Input? You've Got A Fix To Do - Now.

The official Ruby blog announces that REXML, an XML library that comes with Ruby and is heavily used by many Ruby apps (including RAils), is vulnerable to a specific type of attack that could result in a denial of service. Core…

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Exceptional: Centralized Exception Tracking for your Rails Apps

Exceptional is a new "exception tracking" and exception management application for Rails developers and their apps. It's currently in beta, but if you follow this special link, I'm told that Rails Inside readers will be prioritized in the signup process. It's…

Rails 2.2 To Be Thread Safe

David Heinemeier Hansson has announced that thanks to some solid work by Josh Peek over the summer, Rails 2.2 will be "thread safe." This will remove one of the common complaints against Rails from Merb fans and enable Rails to be extremely more…


Going to SXSW in 2009? Vote for some Rails Panels

South by Southwest (SXSW) is a set of festivals that take place each year in Austin, TX. Over the past few years, many Rubyists have made it to the event (Twitter's initially popularity storm was brewing at SXSW 2007!) and Ruby…


Rails Internationalization Tutorial In An App

Clemens Kofler has put together a rather novel "tutorial" for Rails' new internationalization and localization features. Instead of being a typical tutorial on a Web page, the tutorial comes as a Rails app. To get started:

git clone git:// i18n_demo_app./script/server


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